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Unformatted text preview: RYERSON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS WINTER 2011 ECN 801 (SECTION 031): PRINCIPLES OF ENGINEERING ECONOMICS (Professional / Professionally Related) JANUARY 10 APRIL 15: WED 3PM-6PM , ROOM: RCC204 Eaton Lecture Theatre Instructor: VASSILIOS BARDIS Office Hours: TBA, ROOM JOR 224 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Course Website: my.ryerson.ca (check for announcements, quizzes, list of topics, practice questions, grades) COURSE DESCRIPTION Principles of economic decision analysis applied to private and public sector capital projects. Methods for discounting and compounding cash flows and for project evaluation and selection are studied. Tax impacts of depreciation and interest charges are incorporated into decision rules. Other topics covered include: lease analysis, replacement decisions, sensitivity and break even analysis, inflation impacts and public sector project analysis. SOME IMPORTANT DATES Last date to add a course: January 21 Last date to drop without receiving a grade: March 18 Study Week: Week of February 21 Last day of classes: April 15 (for the course: April 13)...
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course ECN 801 taught by Professor Bardis during the Winter '11 term at Ryerson.
- Winter '11